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How Can Teachers and Schools Promote Talk and Small Group Learning NATE Conference 4th April 2009

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how can teachers and schools promote talk and small group learning

How Can Teachers and Schools Promote Talk and Small Group Learning

NATE Conference 4th April 2009

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Build on prior knowledgeMove from concrete to abstractEnsure everyone works with everyone elseConvert social language into curriculum languageProvide motivating ways to go over the same thing more once

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Activities that provide access to the curriculum, opportunities to practise predictable language structures and improve social relations

build on prior knowledge
Build on prior knowledge
  • Buzz groups/talk partners
  • Information gap
move from concrete to abstract
Move from concrete to abstract
  • Key visuals/graphic organisers
  • Humanising the abstract
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Some key visuals

  • Chart
  • Grid
  • Venn diagram
  • Tree diagram
  • Sequencing line
  • Time line
  • Cycle
  • Diamond Nines
  • Sorting table
  • Tracks
everybody working with everybody
Everybody working with everybody

Create different roles and then jigsaw!

how are activities planned
How are activities planned?
  • What do we want the children to know?
  • What kinds of thinking do we hope they will practice?
  • What kinds of language do they need? Necessary language and potential language?
  • What key visuals best produce the thinking and the language?
  • Can we make our activity collaborative/sociable?
here is an example
Here is an example!!
  • We want children to consider the different habitats of animals.
  • Where do they live?
  • What is it like there?
  • Why do they live there?
  • How do they survive and/or thrive?
this can be made into a game
This can be made into a game.
  • You need 4 people, one baseboard and two sets of cards (different colours.)
  • Work with a partner to make a team of two.
  • Shuffle your cards and place them in a pile facing down.
  • Take it in turn to turn over your top card and decide where to put it on the board.
  • The winning team gets four in row vertically, horizontally or diagonally.
  • Decide whether to have challenges or a checking system.
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http://www.collaborativelearning.org/nate2009.html

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